Player Paraphernalia #107—Awakening Mantras: New feats for Spell-casters (PFRPG) PDF
Player Paraphernalia #107 Awakening Mantras, New Feats for Spell-casters
Issue #107 introduces twelve new feats that help power up your spell-caster. From recalling the last spell cast to sacrificing life, will, or personality, you can now gain additional spells by paying the cost.
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